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May 26th, 2004
Thinking big about nano
You can't touch it or see it, but it's real. And it's turning up in everything from your sunscreen, to your tennis racket and balls, even those "stainless" khakis you've been eyeing from The Gap. The event was designed to stake Pennsylvania's claim as a nanotech hotbed, complete with revolutionary research and fledgling companies in several arenas, including health care, manufacturing and electronics.
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